First and foremost, I am NOT a master at my craft… in fact, you’ll hear me say a lot of the times that I’m a student for life and simply learning day by day, just like you. That being said, what I am a master in is what I’ve learned from my experiences as a wedding filmmaker, and those experiences are something that I want and hope to share with anyone who wants to make the most out of this beautiful thing we get to call our “job”.
There are so many factors that go into capturing and editing a wedding film - from equipment, camera settings, lighting, composition, song choices, editing, color grading - it can be overwhelming and I for one had no idea where to start when I decided to pursue this full-time. But, I simply started, and that’s biggest step you can take. Whether you’re just dipping your toes or looking to take your current films to the next level, let me be your guide in that process. I’m a big believer in having mentors and I for one have had multiple throughout my own journey, the first one being Kaylor Shaye of Kaye Shaye Films. Each one of my mentors was critical to my journey and I could not have gotten to the point where I am today without them. I have filmed as a solo shooter for the majority of my career but my mentees have also become second shooters when I’ve needed them - community is a beautiful thing guys! If you’re ready to take the next step, what are you waiting for? Just start!
My take on the classic B&W grade. With emphasized highlights and rustic blacks, this LUT offers a clean yet timeless look to make your film feel like modern met classic at a bar, and this was the result. Works best in situations where the light is even.
The party scene is my bread and butter, so I designed a LUT just for that. Welcome Vibras 04. Designed strictly for the dance vibes, this tone is crafted for darker environments and leans toward blues in the shadows, while lifting those same shadows for a more inviting vibe. Works well in uneven lighting, because nothing about a dance floor should be even. Vibe on.
The perfect all around LUT. This soft and subtle palette emphasizes skin tones and can be used in almost any setting to elevate your natural colors.
My go-to vibra. This scheme has a sharp contrast color designation, while still keeping your skin tones intact. Designed to emphasize city-scapes and blend well with bold colors, especially blues, this LUT pops your footage in all the right ways while slightly desaturating your green hues. Works well across all types of lighting.
Emphasizes natural skin tones while leaning towards a warmer vibe overall. With a balanced contrast and designed for flattened whites, this tone works best in even lighting and sets a welcoming mood to any situation.
Four 1 hour sessions
(in-person if I’m near you!)
We meet once a week for a month!
Vibras LUTs package ($125 value)
Two 1 hour sessions - $400
Three 1 hour sessions - $500
First thing you’ll receive is a questionnaire that’ll help you think about those questions I mentioned above that you will write up! After this, I’ll review your questions and send you a link so you can schedule a time on my calendar for our session. Come prepped and ready because I’ll be sharing my screen so you can easily follow along through any workflows or editing. At the end of the call, we’ll circle back on some things you can implement RIGHT AWAY to get you to that next level!
Anything you want! I highly encourage you to write up a brief set of questions (5 minimum!) so that I best know how to help you! We can chat about anything from how to get started as a wedding videographer (fundamentals are key), the gear that I wish I had known about when I started, how to market yourself, the client experience, Instagram and Tiktok strategies, my editing techniques (including color-grading), branding, Honeybook workflows, etc.